I am working on completing a Work Study Course for The Book of Geneses Chapter 1 and 2
Purpose of this study course guide:
The purpose of this study course guide is twofold.
First, it is to guide you through this course of study about the Book of Genesis Chapter 1 and 2. It is to help you better understand what a “creation story” is, and what the creation story of the Bible or Torah is.
The Bible is a collection of Books. The Book of Genesis is the first book in the torah and bible. The “creation story” or the story of how the heavens and the earth were first created are found in Genesis 1 and 2.
From a Hebrew perspective the Torah, which is originally written in Hebrew, is a book of science and mathematics that contains codes, formulas, symbols, as well as instruction and guidance. The Study of the Book of Genesis helps to answer questions like, “where did I come from”, “how was I created”, “how was man and woman created”, “how old is man, hold old is the earth, civilization, and existence”!
The Book of Genesis teaches that creation was made in seven days and provides an open opportunity for students and wise people to study and review daily, what was done on each day of creation. By studying the Book of Genesis and its first chapters on a daily basis serves as a reminder that God (the father) is a creator and so are his offspring (son’s daughters of God). It is reminder about being productive on a daily basis.
The purpose of this daily study is for the reader to reflect on productivity, being productive, what that looks like on a high level, and how it can be done in our individual life.
Second, this course of study is to help you get comfortable with reading and studying divine scripture and to get comfortable with metaphors, similes, comparisons, concepts, and the many different ways of thinking. Religious scripture can be read from many different viewpoints, and it is important to understand that fact, but also to take charge of understanding you own thinking and viewpoint.
The questions asked will help you with this!